No More Durty Water

Clean water is a basic human right

Manifesto

No More Durty Water is a campaign to help provide safe and sustainable water.

Clean water is a basic human right, specified by the United Nations General Assembly on July 28th 2010. After over a decade of grassroots organising and lobbying, the global water justice movement achieved a significant victory when the UN voted overwhelmingly to affirm the right to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation as a human right that is essential for the full enjoyment of life and all human rights.

Every year more children die of diseases caused by contaminated drinking water than of AIDS, malaria and measles combined. Around 1.1 billion people in poor countries do not have access to clean water and sanitation.

No More Durty Water is a fundraising organisation working with existing charities that share our creative and ethical views. By staging concerts, parties and other creative events we can raise awareness and funds. 100% of the money raised goes direct to the charities, all costs for administration, merchandise and equipment is paid for by the Durty Sound System.

Unable to rely those in power to provide clean water, it is up to us to come together, raise awareness and help those who need clean water to survive.

  • ‘No More Durty Water’ is working closely with existing charities that share our creative and ethical views.
  • We are raising money by staging concerts, parties and other creative events and are fully committed to keeping production costs to a minimum.
  • Our expenditure is totally transparent and we carry zero administration costs.

Durty Water Facts From Our Blue Planet

  • Water problems affect half of humanity.
  • Poor sanitation affects two thirds of Africa.
  • 300 million people lack access to adequate water supply.
  • 313 million people lack access to adequate sanitation.
  • Children die every 2 mins because they don’t have access to clean water.
  • 1.1 billion people living in developing countries have inadequate access to water and 2.6 billion lack basic sanitation.
  • Some 1.8 million child deaths each year as a result of diarrhoea.
  • USA has the highest avg water use in the world. 600 litres per day per person!
  • World politics, pollution, war and an inept global banking system are directly contributing to this horrific situation.

Project Uganda

We shall be working for the villages of Uganda in association with ‘Bridge of Hope Children’s Ministry’ http://bohcm.org. (Reg charity No-1126408)

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